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Hp photo smart 3310 all-in-one

It prints only part of the letters in a line. for instance it may leave off the top of the letters or the bottom or the whole row

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  • suzy4me Oct 05, 2008

    I clean the printer heads , which didn't print out well and I also tried to align th printer which could not align and the message was alignment failed. refer to device documentation for details

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You need to check your printers nozzles. Should find it under Properties of the printer and then you can select clean nozzles where you printer will clean the nozzles. Also do a Head alignement.

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